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What's on my Kidmin to do list this week? July 10, 2017

 
Life moves so fast in kidmin and there have been lots of things going on and I just don't seem to make time to blog about them. I really, really want to because I love having that record of what's going on.   But for now, here's what's on the agenda this week.

Monday- VBS Final clean up.  We have some walls still covered and we will be sad to see them go but it's time to get the last few things down and move on.
Finish writing devotionals for preteen camp books

Tuesday- another church is coming to get our VBS decorations. They purchased some of the more expensive pieces and we made the rest so we shared!
I also will get started on printed the books for preteen camp.

Wednesday- Finish printing and binding preteen camp books
PowerSource! We are teaching on Esther this month.  I set up the Bible story room with 4 corner vignettes depicting a part of the story. I will get pictures and post them.

Thursday- Set up for children's church Sunday

Friday- Work on decorations for preteen camp

Saturday- Work on decorations for preteen camp

Sunday- teach 5th/6th graders The Gospel Project and parent meeting for Preteen camp

Another fun and busy week ahead! I'm praying that God would use me and grow me and stretch me to be more like Him. 

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